The Winchester Malory. A Facsimile. Introduction by N. R. Ker. Early English Text Society, supplementary series, no. 4. London, 1976. A full facsimile of ...
Author: Elizabeth Archibald
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Malory's Morte Darthur - text, history and reception - expertly appraised by international scholars.
18 20 The manuscript exists in two facsimiles: the black-and-white The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile, intro. N. R. Ker (London, 1976); and, since 2011, ...
Author: Megan G. Leitch
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
A comprehensive survey of one of the most important texts of the Middle Ages.
A Note on the Definite and Indefinite Articles in the Winchester Malory YUJI ... facsimile of W has been consulted : The Winchester Malory : A Facsimile ...
Author: P. J. C. Field
Publisher: DS Brewer
Studies range over the whole field of Arthurian literature, in Europe and North America, with special focus on Malory and Morte Darthur.
59 Noguchi , ' The Winchester Malory , ' p . 18 . 60 Field , ' Caxton's Roman War ... the facsimiles : The Winchester Malory : A Facsimile Edition , intro .
Author: Siân Echard
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Contemporaries of Erasmus contains biographical information about more than 1900 people mentioned in the correspondence and other writings of Erasmus. This paperback edition is a reprint of the three-volume set published between 1985 and 1987. The volumes have been combined into a single volume ? without any editorial changes ? to provide a manageable and affordable edition of a magisterial work. The remarkable breadth of Erasmus? contacts throughout his life is reflected in this unique volume. Differing substantially from the national biographical dictionaries that restrict themselves to major figures, Contemporaries of Erasmus combines the famous with the obscure ? popes and politicians, artists and poets, knights and theologians ? covering every individual mentioned whose death occurred after the year 1450. Well known figures include Martin Luther, King Henry VIII, Machiavelli, Popes Nicholas V and Peter IV, and Emperor Charles V. Dipping into the pages of this fully illustrated volume will intrigue and delight the casual reader, but the combined volume will also be an indispensible tool for those who have searched in vain for a biographical dictionary of the Renaissance and the Reformation.
... —this facsimile , first published in 1975 , was reprinted with Introductions and revisions in 1977 ; The Winchester Malory : A Facsimile , intro .
Author: Bonnie Wheeler
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Seminal essays on one of the most crucial issues in Arthurian studies.
Malory's. Mistresses. 1. All citations will be made in text from the one volume ... Fora facsimile edition, see The Winchester Malory:A Facsimile, EETS, ...
Author: K. Pérez
The sister of King Arthur goes by many names: sorceress, kingmaker, death-wielder, mother, lover, goddess. The Myth of Morgan la Fey reveals her true identity through a comprehensive investigation of the famed enchantress' evolution - or devolution - over the past millennium and its implications for gender relations today.
1976 The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile (EETS SS 4; London: Oxford University Press). Kobori, A. 1998 'Caxton's Use of Hyphens in the Morte', ...
Author: Geoffrey Lester
Publisher: A&C Black
Norman Blake, Professor of English Language and Linguistics at Sheffield University, is known throughout the world to scholars of mediaeval English Literature. He has published thirty books and 140 articles on subjects as diverse as Old Norse, Old English, Middle English, early printed books, Shakespeare, Historical Linguistics, Stylistics, Grammar, and the cultural context of mediaeval England. He is best known as an authority on Chaucer, Caxton and Shakespeare's language, and is director of The Canterbury Tales Project, based in the University of Sheffield, which is a scheme to put all the manuscript and early printed versions of the poem onto computer and to issue the transcribed texts on CD-ROM. Norman has lectured and taught in many countries, and is a frequent contributor to international conferences. He has been a Teaching Quality Assessor in universities in Britain and elsewhere. He is also well known (among many other things) for his work as member of the Council of the Early English Text Society, Editor for the Index of Middle English Prose, General Editor of Macmillan's Language of Literature series, and as Secretary of the European Society of the Study of English. Friends and colleagues of this approachable and widely respected scholar have come together to mark his 65th birthday in spring 1999 by contributing to this volume. The essays-on Chaucer, Caxton and related aspects of Middle English-are not only a tribute to Norman's work but also a valuable contribution to Middle English studies in their own right.
In any case Malory's effort preserves and carries forward themes that have had and that ... Facsimile editions: The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile, EETS, ...
Author: Laura C. Lambdin
Chronologically arranged entries on more than 30 writers from the Middle Ages to the present trace the pervasive influence of Arthurian legend on world literature.
25 1976 The Winchester Malory; A Facsimile. Introduction by N.R.Ker. EETS Supplementary Series no. 4. London and New York: Oxford University Press.
Author: Marylyn Parins
First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
But the power of Malory's work, especially of its ending, would be diminished if it were ... 51 Facsimiles are The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile, intro.
Author: J. B. Lethbridge
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
This is a collection of wide-ranging papers on Edmund Spenser, including criticism on the Shepheardes Calender, Spenser's rhymes, his impact on Louis MacNeice, the medieval organizations of the Faerie Queene, on the Mutabilite Cantos, Temperance in Book II, and Friendship in Book IV, Written by younger as well as by well-established scholars, the contributors move quietly away from theoretically dominated criticism, and emphasize the importance of historical criticism, both breaking new ground and recuperating neglected insights and approaches. The introduction describes and defends the current trend towards a renewed historical criticism in Spenser criticism. The papers contribute to our knowledge of Spenser's life as well as to our understanding of his poetry. J. B. Lethbridge lectures at the English seminar at Tubingen University.
of this study: Malory's Morte,7 the Italian Tavola Ritonda,8 Ulrich Fuetrer's ... will include a folio number based on The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile, ...
Author: Miriam Edlich-Muth
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
A reconsideration of Arthurian compilations in the late middle ages, looking at the complex ways in which they reshape their material for new audiences.
(Winchester text) Facsimile Editions The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile. Ed. N. R. Ker. London: Early English Text Society, 1976. Le Morte D'Arthur, ...
Author: Thomas Malory
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
This brisk retelling of Le Morte D'Arthur highlights the narrative drive, humor, and poignancy of Sir Thomas Malory’s original while updating his fifteenth-century English and selectively pruning over-elaborate passages that can try the patience of modern readers. The result is an adaptation that readers can enjoy as a fresh approach to Malory's sprawling masterpiece. The book's most famous episodes--the sword in the stone, the cataclysmic final battle--are all here, while lesser-known key episodes stand forth with new brightness and clarity. The text is accompanied by an up-to-date bibliography, including websites and video resources, and a descriptive index keyed--like the retelling itself--to the book and chapter divisions of William Caxton's first printed edition of 1485.
See The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile, intro. N. R. Ker, EETS s.s. 4 (London: Ox– ford University Press, 1976). 7. On the question of sexual and narrative ...
Author: C. Batt
This study innovatively explores how Malory's Morte D'Arthur responds to available literary vernacular Arthurian traditions which the French defined as theoretical in impulse, the English as performative and experimental. Negotiating these influences, Malory transforms constructions of masculine heroism, especially in the presentation of Launcelot, and exposes the tensions and disillusions of the Arthurian project. The Morte poignantly conveys a desire for integrity in narrative and subject-matter, but at the same time tests literary conceptualizations of history, nationalism, gender and selfhood, and considers the failures of social and legal institutionalizations of violence, in a critique of literary form and of social order.
For a complete facsimile of the Winchester manuscript (British Library MS Add. 59678) see The Winchester Malory. A Facsimile, Introduction by N. R. Ker, ...
Author: Dieter Mehl
Written in an engaging and accessible manner, English Literature in the Age of Chaucer serves as both a lucid introduction to Middle English literature for those coming fresh to the study of earlier English writing, and as a stimulating examination of the themes, traditions and the literary achievement of a number of particulary original and interesting authors. In addition to detailed and sensitive treatment of Chaucer's major works, the book includes chapters on his chief contemporaries, such as John Gower, William Langland and the Gawain-poet. It also examines the often underrated contribution to the English literary tradition of his successors John Lydgate and Thomas Hoccleve, as well as the interesting and original work of the Scottish poets, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar and Gavin Douglas, who also claim Chaucer as their model. Apart from the narrative poetry of Chaucer and his followers, the book also contains chapters on the Middle English lyric; Middle English prose, including Mandeville's travels; the most original and imaginative writings of the Middle English mystics, in particular Julian of Norwich and Margery Kempe; and Thomas Malory's impressive prose compilation of Arthurian stories.